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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 June 1896

n/^\f> F^ pTQ I Best on fiarth <O f /^"Vf/^ I OCI It is a well-known fact that the ROBERTS is the Finest, Strongest^ and Best Equipped Bicycle on the market. We are in the wheel business to stay, but are going out of the retail business and sell to dealers only. I|VERY WHEEL GUARANTEED. A contented rider is a good advertiser, and before closing our retail store we offer to riders one hundred of our HIGH-GRADE ROBERTS BICYCLES, for three days only, at $62.50 cash, as an advertisement. After that $100 to all. Positively for three days only, -week of June 21st—Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Made by Roberts Architectural and Ornamental Iron Co., St. Paul, Minn, RETAIL, SALESROOM, 327 ST. PETER ST., NEAR FOURTH. IBAYER BOYS' HIDE XHEY MADE A AERY FAST CEN TURY AXD BETTER LAST SUNDAY. CYCLOMETERS SHOWED 130. JTHKY MADE MAPLE LAKE AND RE TURN IN EIGHT AND A HALF HOURS. JDNE MAY ENTER THE ROAD RACE. It is Likely That He Will Compete at the Lake Unmet Contest. Two St. Paul boys Pa\ii and ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 June 1896

T/ SENSATIONAL BARGAINS We have ceased to consider values or the cost of an article. Our sole aim henceforth is to dispose of our summer stock, no matter how great the loss, as we are determined not to carry over any goods to next season. SHIRT WAISTS AT EXACTLY HALF OUR FORMER FRIGES. Ladles' Fine Laundried Shirt Waists, our regular price, 48c. Now, each 240 Ladies' Elegant Shirt Waists, made of fine Percale, Batiste or Dimity, our regular $1.20 Waists. Now, each 60c DRESS SKIRTS, DICK SUITS AND (APES ALMOST GIVEN AWAY. Ladies' Fine Brilliantine Dress Skirts. lined with good cambric, each 95c Ladies' Fine Wool Cloth Dress Skirts, each 95c Ladies' Very Fine Wool Cloth Dress Skirts lined with good cambric, each 1.90 Ladies' Fine Duck Skirts or Suite in Navy Blue, White or Tan at great reduc tions. All our Capes at positively less than half their value. LADIES BALBRIGGAN VESTS 4o Children's Fine Balbriggan Vests, all sizes, each 3c H. STEIN & CO. 133 and 135 East Seventh Street. T...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 June 1896

F»/\GES 13 to 20. VOL. XIX.—NO. 173. WASH GOODS SALE! j Q A %+J? READY-MADE GARMENTS rM when they gaze upon the mammoth ar • 8 \/¥j^M€^T^^^^^^JL^^^ fctfljr^ f j \ AtfiM^ Ladies' Lilian Batiste Suiti-- Jt£*at@&S&& ray °f rare values that every price here X ~ im^^mm^^^M^^^^^Utt!tiß3BttSSßßSttSSS3SS!SS£SlFfs^ \ Trimmed with colored embroidery, skirt 5 yards wide r" points to, and in the vast variety-will be X >S oftf^Mi'frM^ll itl> ''ce P hem, ver>-large Bishop sleeves, n sty iish an.l JmS^^^f^^^ found every design, every style, every \\ SV 4 f** « |f | j '\S3SmSfSi very cool suit. Regular price, SS.^o. C^ fiH «JK3S? sort that is pretty and proper. j | rr£| g*^r I fI Cl CC\l/fl f*A M£l f^H 117 €k V A Reduced to J'uu JK AHourl^hLawus-tbat.creecand 3 WrOCKGry ,U I dab W dlC*) 1 1 dill W<X IC fflWkX NeW Lot Wrapper— ol c" Monday they go at i3C O </ mmtofflyyh In percales, dimities, prints and la'.vns, light. mediiun and I*'t& wl t n n t j * i /t.j.l. i\ w ♦ ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 June 1896

14 The First Great flewspaper Interview. {Copyrighted, 1896, by Frank G. Carpenter.) ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 19.—There ttere more than 400 newspaper men in Bt~ Louis this week. During the con vention they have telegraphed hun dreds of thousands of words of inter view matter, and through them nearly every leading Republican of the United States has been a special contributor to the press. At the same time, in its editorial sanctum here, the author of the newspaper interview has been writ ing his comments upon these and perhaps at the same time reflecting upon the development of this great Journalistic, feature, of which he may be called the founder., I refer to J. B. McCullagh, now editor-in-chief of the Globe-Democrat, but away back in the '60's the "Little Mac" who, as Wash ington correspondent, was the chief medium of communication between president Andrew Johnson and the public. Mr. McCullough has long been poted as one of the brightest of our S ■ ' :OgL^-«^gCM>_- Ljk i ' The Fat...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 June 1896

14 The First Great Newspaper Interview. [Copyrighted. 1896, by Frank G. Carpenter.) ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 19.—There K'ere more than 400 newspaper men in Bt. Louis this week. During the con vention they have telegraphed hun dreds of thousands of words of inter view matter, and through them nearly every leading Republican of the United States has been a special contributor to the press. At the same time, in its editorial sanctum here, the author of the newspaper interview has been writ ing his comments upon these and perhaps at the same time reflecting upon the development of this great Journalistic feature, of which he may be called the founder., I refer to J. B. JtfeCullagh, now editor-in-chief of the Globe-Democrat, but away back in the 'GO'S the "Little Mac" who, as Wash ington correspondent, was the chief medium of communication between president Andrew Johnson and the public. Mr. McCullough has long been poted as one of the brightest of our N • ' jsssz^^s§»* i-£*£-* ' The Fatlier...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 June 1896

wide. Special.. r\ 7J" while the quantity lasts: " Special ' __iC wt^^^^^^\S imwi—^WßHlMß^ '"' f i -a,—_,m., *£' - WHITE GOODS. 1,000 yards Cotton Challies, fast col- *%gx \^|PB|||JHBEt|||B^ BGO new P^ces arrived Saturday, and will ors. Special _i{* I ft g^^^MteMMM«^g| Ma^ go on sale tomorrow morning- on three bar- Hcavv Cream White Shaker Flannel, O1 *% W fflif A 1 II ___ ■ .iTTffll " 1 i _ilgB"~ lßßH__^* ffain tables in front of Linen Department: worth 6 cents. Special IK §| S £p9 V H -SB " « 1 *^41 - BH ""lfl _^^^ White Goods, worth 10c yard. C^ worth 75 cents to SI. 25 a yard. eWLT i Writ '^153rW1 F# 1 TT *V H fJF-L-JP- 4I S B M feHS#^gBWIWBB^^I M llyA|_B^~— ~" White Goods, worth up to 25c. 4Q1 A Take your choice at, per yard. .. OIIC 1 ]^^^^^^^gß^g/SSUHtl^Sß^^^^^^^^^^m9^^^^ This sale " Denims, Cycle Cloths and Covert 4A1 A I PBiHI^ - 35c and 40c Dotted Swiss. g% _, Cloths for Bicycle Suits. tdm^U \ \ 5-.. K;-;-C X .. X :x, c This sale _OC A^^a^>^-s£r^ir t £ l i! VfiDiy jjiik...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 June 1896

16 SAltfT PAUL SOCIAL. One of the most charming events of the last week was the bicycle break fast at the Town and Country club Friday afternoon, given by Mrs. tV. T. Graves, who is always an ideal hostess. Miss Manvel, of Chicago, was the guest of honor, and twenty-five ladies were present. A large bicycle, the wheels of which w«re of smilax, and handle bars, hubs, pedals and saddle of sweet peas, was an artistic and appropriate design for the center of the table. A tiny wheel made of smilax and white ribbon, to which the guest card was attached, stood at each plate. The ANNA ROBIXSO2V. Bright and Beautiful Member of the Mansfield Company. card was ornamented with original Hauser, John M. Schwelzer, Q. Morton, Dick -i. ptphpq nf „„„,!„„ hirvplp exoeri- Hauser- Cnas- Jessrang and Fred W. Jess- Bketcnes or amusing Dicycn rang The wedded CoUple wiU a pend tho ences and apt quotations. A five-course honey moon at the lakes. breakfast was served, and the affair A very pretty wedding too...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 June 1896

Hightest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. AB&OOJTE&Y PURE FOH WflEEliWOlflEfl THEY ARE VERY MUCH IN NEED OF HYGIENIC I.VDERURESS FOR CYCLING, . \ LOOSE SILK IS THE THING. ORDINARY STYLES ARE FOUND TO BE RESTRICTIVE AND AWKWARD. A. HEALTHFUL CORSET MODEL. Golf Hone nre Sow Quite Discarded and the Modest Legging Hoxe la in Fnll Favor, Women complain that no one has yet invented suitable underclothing for out-door sports. Cynical writers have paid so much attention to the length of the outer skirts, the ques ! tion of "bloomers or skirts," the most becoming shape of hat, the shoes, the ' necktie, the collar, and so forth, that ( they have had no time for consider j ing the application of hygiene to the ! unseen articles of wear of the "bi i cyclist." It has been established beyond con troversy that a woman cannot wear the same underclothing while bicy cling or enjoying other athletic sports that she finds suitable for ncr ordi nary avocations. She may wear ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 June 1896

id With Munyon's Improved Homoeo pathic Remedies You Can Doctor and CUftE YOURSELF No Guess Work-No Experimenting--^ Big Doctors' Bills-Each Remjiy Has Plain Directions, So Thsre Cai Be No Mistake. II Sewie Gure For Escii Disease Thsy Relieve Almos! Imm3diateljf--Are Ab solutely Harmless and Siould Be In Every Home. Yonr Druggist Will Give You the Aaim'S of Hundreds of His Cus tomers Who Have Been Cared by These Wonderful Little Pellets. Munyon's Rheumatism Cure never fails to relieve in one to three hours, and cures in a few days. Price 25c. Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure positively cures all forms of indigestion and stom ach trouble. Price, 25c. Munyon's Cold Cure prevents pneu monia and breaks up a cold in a few hours. Price, 25c. Munyon's Cough Cure stops coughs right sweats, allays soreness, and speedily heals the lungs. Price, 25c. Munyon's Kidney Cure speedily cures pains in the back, loins or groins and . all forms of kidney disease. Price, 25c. Munyon's Nerve Cure Stops nervous ne...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 June 1896

19 Good Morning—The People's Wants Are Told Below==Read Them, SITUATION'S OFFi:iU2I)—MALES. READER—Take my advice; take agency for Quaker Folding Vapor Bath Cabinet. Every body buys, # sick or well. Turkish, Russian or medicated baths at home; no bath tubs or Dr. bills. Cures colds, rheumatism, all blood, skin, nerve -and kidney diseases. Beautifies complexion. I make $10 a day, work 6 hours, no capital. Write L. World Mf'g Co., Columbus, O. SALESMEN—SS a day. No canvassing. No deliveries. No collections. Samples free. Side li»e or exclusive. ' Mfrs., 3941 Market st, Philadelphia. ____ RANTED—Young man who can keep books and to work around office; small salary; Room 10, Globe building. WANTED AT ONCE—6O- experienced hands wanted at once for preparing spinning and balling binder twine on night shift at the Minnesota state prison. Apply at once in prison. Jlenry Wolfer, warden Minnesota state prison. .WANTED— Special agents to place our "Ideal" Business Man's Accumulation Accident Pol...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 June 1896

20 our Whist Corner. THE CONGRESS. The whl3t congress opens tomorrow at Brooklyn; the play for the Hamil ton trophy begins Tuesday afternoon and continues throughout the week. At the end of the first three days the four teams having the highest scores of matches won will be selected to finish the fight, playing the semi-finals on Friday and the finals on Saturday. It Is very hard to predict the result; the teams which have records made in pre vious tournaments, and which are ex pected to make good showing in this contest are as follows: The great Hamilton lub four of Phlladeplhia, which has been a prominent factor in every tournament, and has won the MISS KATB -WHEEL OCX, WHIST EXPERT. American "Whist League trophy, now held by St. Paul, more times than any other team, headed by Milton C. Work and Gustavus Remak, Jr., admittedly two of the greatest players in the country, will undoubtedly put up a 6trong fight for first place; the Balti more club's team, and the team of the Philadel...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 June 1896

VOL. XIX.—NO. 174. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOBE MONDAY, June 22. "Weather for Today. Fair, Variable Winds. page: i. "Wyoming^ Murderers Captured. E "Whitney Not a Candidate. Davis Congratulates McKinley. . • page: 2. North-western's New Limited. Figrlit Over Lower Freight Rates.. . PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. .' . , Foraker'sßeply to Teller. : page: 4. r^tfF ■ Editorial. '- i St. Louis Convention Aftermath, PAGE) 5. Apostles Win a Go-as-you-please. Millers' Victories Monotonous. Timers Suffer Defeat. National Results. * Farm and Household. ' 1 - PAGE! ' 6. ■' Globe's Summer Tours. Vi . PAGE 7. Markets of the World. - - ■ The Globe's: Popular Wants. . . PAGE) 8. '- O. M. Hall's Sound Money Talk. Pacts on Immigration. EVENTS TODAY. -.■.'."/^ Aurora Park—Baseball, 4. * St. Thomas—Commencement, 2. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS. . SOUTHAMPTON, June 21.—Arrived: Saale, New York; Paris, New York. '-.-■ ■ ' NEW YORK—Arrived: Tauric, from Liver pool. -«s»- The new woman does not wear bloom e...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 June 1896

2 S^INT POUL. ':J LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Carl Hellmaier will give a recital Friday, evening at Dyer music hall. _..- ._'..;.; : The Fourth of July celebration rat White Bear Lake this year Will include a programme of sports for which $200, in prizes will/ be given.'-' '•■ . ■ •?."-. •"«■''■ Mrs." Lambersbn will gire a muslc'ale . to. her pupils at her home, "The Hiawatha, in honor of Miss Louise Reed's recent return from her studies with Vanninl. ;' ; . i Among; those who > received world's fair medals Is ■ Mrs. Henry ■ Fitch, of Rockford, . 211. sister of Thad C. Jones,' of this city/The medal was bestowed for excellence as an am ateur vocalist. -: ' '■■ ► - United States Senator Davis, Congressman McCleary, Hon. T. L. Schurmeier, P. B. Groat, - Profs. - Shaw, • Gregg and Hacker, and ether prominent men; will be present and ad dress the the immigration convention to be held at Dawson, Minn., on July 9. ; The Young People's Christian Endeavor " Society of Plymouth Congregational Churc...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 June 1896

Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Dys entery, Diarvhoea, and all com plaints prevalent in the Sum mer, are quickly cured with PAIN KILLER This g-ood old remedy, if kept in the house, will save many sleep less nights, many dollars in doc tor's bills, and no end of suffering 1. Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle. MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 29 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. TESTIMONIAL CONCERT In Honor of Mra. Louise Jewell Man ning. The testimonial to Mrs. Louise Jewell Manning will be given at the First Uni tarian church this evening. The pro gramme includes a piano solo by Miss Vienna E. Neel; violin solos by Claude Madden; readings by Mss Lucille fWetherell; soprano solos by Miss Al- LOUISE JEWELL MANNING. berta Fisher; cello and piano duet by Fritz Schlachter and Prof. W. M. Cross. It will conclude with a Shakespearean farce, in which will appear Miss Rozelle ; Marie Grimes, Miss Estelle Wilkinson, 'Miss Ida S. Dearborn and Miss Mary Delia Weir. MAY HAVE ENDED LIIU. Kittling Hollbergr, 111 and Despond ent, Disa...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 June 1896

* THE BfllLY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA ST3. OFFICLAX PAPER OF" ST. PA UL. SUBSCRIPTIOITRAfESr" Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .5O Dally and Sunday, Six Month* - #2.715 Dally nnd Sunday, One Year - fR.OO Dally Only, p«»r Month - - - - •■*<> Dally Only, Six Months f2.25 Dally Only, One Year ----- #4.00 Sunday Only. One Year - - - - fI.SO Weekly, One Year - fI.OO Address all letters an/1 telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 617. TEMPLE COURT EUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. WEATHER FORECAST. WASHINGTON, June 21.—For Minnesota and Wisconsin—Fair; northwesterly winds. For -lowa—Light thunder storms, followed by fair, variable winds. For the Dakotas—Generally fair; variable winds. For Montana—Generally fair; warmer; vari able winds. United States Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau, Washington,...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 June 1896

FIFTYfIVE flUflS ■■■''■■ :■■'■'' '- ■* ■■''■ • : ■■" ■ ■ ..': t,OXG DISTANCE SPRINTING MATCH OX THE WEST SIDE BALL GROUNDS. HOME TEAM MAKES THE MOST CIRCUITS OF THE BASES, GETTING TO 21 FOR THE KANSAS . CITY TEAM, HARD HITTING AND BAD ERRORS Are Responsible for the Highest Scored Game of the Present' Season, to Date. St. Paul 34, Kaunas City 21. Indianapolis 4, Grand. Rapids 3. ' Minneapolis 14, Milwaukee 6. ' Columbus 8, Detroit 3. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Indianapolis 45 29 16 .644 Detroit ......... ....47 28 19 .69& Minneapolis ...... 50 29 21- .580 Kansas City ........50 28 - 22 .560 St. Paul. .............48 23 25 .479 Milwaukee 53 24 .29- , ; .453 Grand Rapids-. 1 52 19 33 .365 Columbus.. 53 19 ~ 30 .358 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Kansas City at St. Paul. Milwaukee at Minneapolis. ' Columbus at I Detroit. ■ Indianapolis at Grand Rapids. Kansas City was beaten yesterday by 13 runs in spite of the fact that they, made 13 runs in one inning. That shews that they "were the .vi...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 June 1896

6 "ON PLEASURE BENT" ji If-3 SBS^Ki|fc»gH gg^Q*p#p ■ -*r . -'„■"■*■•■." ,■• -. + ' ■ ■<■ ■-; ■ ■ * • . JMSfIH - ■ - V ~ - ' ' - ■•' ■ . -: -* ' .*- _ - - ■ '-"■"*". _'t ■'-■-. "..' ■'-" -' ■ • ".'*" * ■'. /""'■' i, "T-i *' "V ■'.' -.■■",-.-" *—' „: '• ~ ' To San Francisco, do | To Portland, Ore., j you j YOU @@^n f ATM '! want TO •To Seattle and Taeoma, £g ™» j ;i T q go? To Yellowstone Park, free. ! ' To Niagara Falls. . san Francisco Tour . via Union Pacific System, FRPP I A BUninER OUTING-From St. Paul to San Francisco and PPPPf * •■ "■ *~* *** • return via the Omaha, Union Pacific System and connecting lines. m. I\ I_* J_^ * Going by the way of Omaha, Denver and Salt Lake City to San j h"^ R^W B FTTTRf V^ Francisco, and returning via Portland, Huntingdon and Omaha. TS'R'Qil^l f T*|* V A AJL^v/^a/.L^wj; M. Kd*m-4 M. ;Between San Francisco and Portland choice of an ocean trip on one . "Am M 3 v^J^^s m—4 »■• -i JL JL*&m-jf A of the Oregon Railway and Navigation Company's Pac...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 June 1896

Good Morning==The People's Wajits Are Told Below—Read Them. WjiEflT v : FEbli BACK THE 3IAIRKET DECLINED UNDER HEAVY NORTHWEST K.ECKIPTS AND MANIPULATION. . . ' „; RALLY BEFORE THE CLOSE. SHORTS WERE ALARMED BY THE CONFIDENCE OF THE BIG OPERATORS. .PROVISIONS STEADY AND QUIET. IJLard and Ribs Closed a Little Lower While Pork About Held Its Own. CHICAGO; June 20.—Wheat declined - today under heavy Northwest receipts and scalpers' manipulation, but recovered most -of the loss later, the closing figures for July being %@%c lawer than yesterday's' final price.' Corn and oats were both : heavy, . declining. about %c each. Provisions closed slightly lower. There was a fair ( speculative trade. The first sales were at yesterday's close. It soon turned weak on the liberal realizing sales, and the big receipts in the North west which amounted to 507 cars. The rally from the early break was due in a great • measure to covering by shorta, who were • alarmed by the attitude of some of the big o...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 June 1896

8 TRADE GfIEfITED IT \ SOUND MONEY CAME XOT IXTO EX : ISTENCE OS ANY MONARCH'S DICTUM. OUTCOME OF NECESSITY. AND ALL ANY NATION CAN DO TO IMPROVE IT IS TO SAFE GUARD IT. — "THLID SENSE PROM '2 O. M. %ALL. Speech Delivered by the Ex-Con- BrcKsmnn Before the Banker* Association. The folowing address was delivered by Hon. O. M. Hall before the Bank ers' association at Minneapolis June 11. Sound money is not created by stat —it does not exist by the . act of a legislature, nor by the edict of a mon arch. Commerce has evolved it out of her necessities and for. her convenience. As she uses the pack-mule, - wagon, ship, and locomotive, •';• the turnpike railway and canal, so does she utilize gold, silver, . nickel, copper and my riad forms of paper, all as her Instru mentalities for quickening and cheap ening the exchange of the world's pro ducts. f/[?cS Money is progressive. New kinds are being evolved out of the old; and the theory of the survival of the fittest is as applicable to it as...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 June 1896

THE SAINT PAUL GLOBEr VOL. XIX.—NO. 175. BULLETIN OF fl * £ CTTTJ^ EVPITEtY THE ST. PmJL GLOSE W SJM EXGITED TUESDAY, JUNE 23. RESIDENTS' OP WYOMING KEEP ~ " ON DISCUSSING THE RECENT TRAGEDY. ■. ..;//. ■^Weather for Today- -.;■ r: /v.:;' ~. Fair; Northwesterly Winds. ■: ' '. . | SOME NEW FACTS ABOUT IT. - PAGE 1. ..■•:. . ■ ■" .- ■ : ■- '-„'. ■ ■'-•■ ■:.:■ .\ '. Wyoming Murderers Talk. -_ ' , ■-.■..-- ■'-:- Democratic Conventions Today. IMPRESSION IS ONLY TWO SHOTS Ohio «nd Indiana for Sllyer.^'.-y.;-*;.^ WERE FIRED, BUT EACH ' Whitney Will Not Be a Delegate, KILLED. Wisconsin for Sound Money. - ;- : -.*.,■•:-::' | .' ■ - Ji'ew War Cloud in Venezuela, ' : ' .'.'"■ V.-"- ::'\ r--\: Seven Killed in Explosion. ' WHAT THE PRISONERS SAY. -, PAGE a. •■ •■-" V:i":;- ' .— — —-..-■=.■- Commencement at St. Thomas. . _ '-„-■ , __, ■. ' „„._... - •■ Each Given a History . of His Life, Ex-Aid. Murphy Robbed. ■■ ■ . ■-. - '.■».• ■_* -...•■ - - ' . : V,. But.ls Very Mute on the PAGE 3. - Murder. /...

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